A student at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine uses augmented reality technology to study acupuncture in October 2018. Photo: BodyMap
A student at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine uses augmented reality technology to study acupuncture in October 2018. Photo: BodyMap
Leon Hady
Opinion

Opinion

Leon Hady

How the metaverse can help students and teachers adapt to a post-pandemic world

  • It is easy to be sceptical about ambitions to create a digital universe, but we should not overlook the opportunities to improve education
  • Virtual-reality-based learning has been shown to boost grades and student engagement – more vital than ever as Covid-19 continues to disrupt schooling

A student at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine uses augmented reality technology to study acupuncture in October 2018. Photo: BodyMap
A student at Beijing University of Chinese Medicine uses augmented reality technology to study acupuncture in October 2018. Photo: BodyMap
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